Adaptation is key for 2020 Open Enrollment. With physical, mental, and financial health all declining due to COVID-19, employees are taking their benefit decisions more seriously this year than ever before. But traditional health insurance plans haven’t adapted to this shifting landscape,
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Crossing your fingers for payday to come before your bill’s due date is not a way to live. But for many Americans, it’s a frustrating reality. 78% of U.S. employees live paycheck to paycheck, including those who earn six figure salaries.
Other than a newspaper route as a kid, I’ve had only two jobs in my entire 46 year professional career. The first coming out of college was working for my father at his wholesale optical laboratory manufacturing eyeglasses for retail optical stores. My dad was old school, built a nice business
Caregivers need our help. With 53 million Americans spending nearly 24 hours a week providing unpaid care for a loved one, this isn’t a population we can ignore.
Non-insured benefits not only complement insurance plans — they are designed to make traditional benefits better. With their consistent access, connections to insurance, and built-in communication, here are three reasons you should enhance your insurance plans with non-insured benefits.
Financial stress is the number one issue faced by employees, and that applies across all demographics. While younger generations are struggling to pay off student loan debt, older generations are preparing for retirement. And the generations in-between are supporting their growing children and
After all these years, prescription discount programs are still a critical piece of the healthcare puzzle. They drive consumerism and transparency by creating options for savings and providing the ability to compare prices. These programs also often include discounts on medications not covered
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During this time of concern about the spread of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, it’s important for us to be well-informed and prepared. This resource includes trusted information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) surrounding common questions about COVID-19, how you can
As both an election year and the start of a new decade, 2020 brings high stakes, high expectations, and plenty of predictions in the employee benefits space. Your benefits strategy this year needs to consider the goals your clients are attempting to achieve, the actual needs of employees, and